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Providing the Highest Quality Dental Care at Affordable Prices

Woodlands Dental Partners is a state-of-the-art facility with highly trained, friendly and professional dentists and staff. We want your visit with us to be comfortable and affordable, and that starts with making sure you feel at home. We know that going to the dentist isn’t necessarily something you look forward to, so we work hard to make your time with us as pleasant as possible. From cleanings to extractions and everything in between, we're here to keep your smile healthy and bright.

Take a moment to learn about our dental procedures and always ask your hygienist and/or Dentist for explanations of any procedure you are nervous about or just want further explanation of.

Hours of Operation

Monday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 2:00pm
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A good smile can boost your self-esteem and enhance your health, so losing your natural teeth can be devastating. Unfortunately, about three out of five people ages 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth. In fact, some of us lose most or all of our teeth because of decay, gum disease, or injuries.

Luckily, modern dentures that replace lost teeth look more natural and feel more comfortable than the dentures your grandparents may have used.  Read More...

Partial Dentures

This type of prosthesis is recommended if you need to replace several teeth in a row or your remaining teeth are not strong enough to support a fixed bridge. Removable partial dentures consist of acrylic or ceramic artificial teeth embedded in a gum-colored plastic base that is form-fitted to the underlying mouth tissues. Inside the prosthesis is a framework of light, noncorroding metal that makes it strong and stiff.  Read More...

Full Dentures

If you have missing or badly damaged teeth, dentures can restore your smile. A denture is a removable dental appliance made of acrylic plastic — and sometimes porcelain and metal — that replaces missing teeth and tissues. Due to advances in dentistry, dentures are more natural looking and comfortable than before. A denture can improve your appearance and help you chew properly and speak well again.  Read More...

Articles Courtsey of the DeltaDental Oral Health Library

Dental Checkups

Even if you follow a diligent home care routine, regular checkups with a dental professional are still a must. Your dentist can watch for early signs of decay, gum disease, oral cancer, or other dental problems and take appropriate action.  More...

Dental X-Rays: What to Expect

Virtually everyone who visits the dentist will have X-rays taken at some point. Dental X-rays involve passing electromagnetic radiation through the jaw to produce images of the structures inside.  More...


Dental sealants are a clear and protective coating that is applied to the biting surfaces of the back teeth. The sealant protects the tooth from getting a cavity by shielding against bacteria and plaque. Sealants are most commonly placed on children's permanent back teeth because they are more prone to cavities.  More...


Once the decay has penetrated the surface of the enamel and a cavity has formed, the emphasis shifts from prevention to restoration. The tooth cannot repair itself; instead, your dentist must correct the damage.  More...

Root canals
Root Canal Therapy

What is root canal therapy? It’s a procedure used to treat problems of the tooth’s dental pulp, or soft core. This core contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. At one time, teeth with abscessed, or infected, nerves were removed.  More...


Despite the best efforts of you and your dentist, there are times when a tooth is so decayed or damaged that the only remedy is extracting it. You also may need to have fragile, diseased, or impacted teeth removed before a prosthesis can be fitted.  More...

Teeth Whitening

Wishing for whiter teeth? Whitening toothpastes may help, but they can only get rid of stains on the surface. To remove deeper stains, you’ll need a bleaching product. Certain types of bleaching are done in the dentist’s office, while others are done at home.  More...


Tooth loss can have a profound effect on your health and well-being. Even though diseases leading to tooth loss are largely preventable, 46 percent of Americans ages 65 and older have lost six or more teeth, and 20 percent have lost all of their natural teeth due to decay or gum disease.  More...


Did you know that dental implants—artificial, long-term replacements that look and feel like your natural teeth—are often the best option for replacing missing teeth? Most people who are missing a tooth would be a good candidate for dental implants, regardless of age.  More...


A veneer refers to a thin covering made of porcelain or composite resin material. It can mask discolorations, brighten teeth, and generally improve your smile.  More...